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Re: [Xen-devel] Newer Changesets broke Dom0 boot with 2.6.7

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Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] Newer Changesets broke Dom0 boot with 2.6.7
From: Ian Pratt <Ian.Pratt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 07 Aug 2004 00:22:00 +0100
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> It seems that newer changesets broke booting a Dom0 with kernel 2.6.7.
> At least with Fedora Core 2, which I am using.
> CSet 1.1153 was the last one working correctly for me.
> CSet 1.1154 introduced segfaults during bootprocess with kudzu and hwclock,
> but the kernel was still able to finish the bootprocess.
> (I did not test any CSets between 1.1153 and 1.1154).
> Cset 1.1156: Like 1.1154
> CSet 1.1158 Additonal segfaults during Dom0 boot with
> /sbin/devlabel, initlog and mounting file systems.
> The kernel is no longer able to boot Dom0; the boot process
> freezes.

Thanks for the report.

Please can you try 'mv /lib/tls /lib/tlsXXX'.  If that helps,
please can you put it back and try adding 'nosegfixup' on the
kernel command line.


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